N-able Names New Chief Operating Officer
N-able Technologies, an Ottawa, Canada-based provider of remote monitoring and management (RMM) software, has named JP Jauvin as the company's new chief operating officer.
N-able wants to get bigger and Jauvin's primary responsibility will be to preside over the company's global strategies and operations.
In addition, he will oversee N-able's internal operations and external processes and procedures as well as keeping tabs on its technology, services and channel programs.
"JP has a proven talent for taking businesses to the next level without losing sight of what made the company great to begin with, and that's exactly what we're looking for in a COO," said Gavin Garbutt, N-able president and chief executive.
Jauvin said that he will focus on growing N-able's business and helping its partners.
"N-able is an innovative company with a keen focus on ensuring the success of its channel partners and an unwavering commitment to delivering the best possible products and enablement resources in the IT channel," he said.
Jauvin previously served as vice president of sales for NetPro Computing Inc., a provider of solutions to optimize infrastructures based on Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system, and Fastlane Technologies Inc., a programming language developer.
NetPro and Fastlane both were acquired by Quest Software Inc.--NetPro for $78.7 million in 2008 and Fastlane for $100 million in 2000.